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I want to create a macro in Word 2007 that will go to page 1 line 1 and copy line 1 - 8
Then paste to line 1 of page 2.

I would like to create this in VB instead of using the recording so the content doesn't matter only the lines and the page.
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Is this what you need?
Sub CopyToPageTwo()
    Dim rng As Range
    
    With ActiveDocument
        Set rng = .Content
        rng.End = .Paragraphs(8).Range.End
        rng.Copy
        Set rng = .Range.GoTo(wdGoToPage, 2)
        rng.Paste
    End With
End Sub

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